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RAR has been reverse engineered as well (and quite a long time ago), and I have RAR 2 compatible decompression and compression source code that compiles almost anywhere; I've used it on OpenVMS/VAX 7.1 and Amiga quite extensively.

Thanks for correcting me... although the source code that is available is old and in a terrible state, it is available (at least for decompression, I've not found any for compression). So RAR is now on a par with MPC for cross platform usage. I'm not interesting in hunting around for semi-warez code in order to use RAR properly.
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never did I find myself "stuck" because of a format issue

Lucky you

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Originally posted by TrNSZ

No offense to anyone, and this isn't directed at anyone on this board, but in general, I think Linux users just like to find things to whine about rather than actually doing something.


Darn, you're onto us!

Seriously, I just happen to hate binary-only and semi-legal software after having my share of problems with it.

If something is really good, like MPC for example, I'll make exceptions, but I _will_ whine about not having source for them, and binary-only software is always considered second-grade by me.

As a very obvious real-life example, if the MPC encoder would have been Free Software, I would never have felt the need to enter this thread, because I could have recompiled it myself (properly optimizing for my CPU). If Monkey's Audio would have been Free Software I would have been able to play it on my Linux box.

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Also: Garf, where is your tuned Vorbis OggDrop and OggEnc?


http://sjeng.org/ftp/vorbis

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